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Tips on Storing your Photographic Prints

Rather than re-writing an article on how to properly store and display your prints, we figured it would be better to share a great article from HP.

Aside from the article there are a few other side notes for storing and displaying your prints:

  • Let your print sit 24 hours to out-gas after printing. If it’s a canvas print let it sit 24-48 hours.
  • Always choose archival materials for display and storage. Acidic material (like cardboard) can make your prints turn yellow over time.
  • If you’re framing your print, using UV-resistant glass can add more print life. This is more important if your print will be receiving a significant amount of direct sun light.

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